5 Ways We Have Kept Frida Kahlo’s Memory Alive

In honor of Frida Kahlo’s birthday which is today (July 6) , we decided to celebrate with a collection of articles that both honor her, and inform readers on her life and influence. She may have not been acknowledged enough during her life, but today she is now a worldwide icon of art, feminism, and

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Exhibits of Her Work

Frida in Fashion and Beauty

We love Frida Kahlo so much, we want to wear her image, words, and overall vibe on t-shirts, sweatshirts, tote bags, accessories and more. It is common for Frida to be a go-to for Latinx and feminist-centric brands because of her talent, fierceness, and everything she stands for.

A Heroine for the Children


TV & Film

The Life and Times of Frida Kahlo. La Cinta Que Envuelve Una Bomba (The Ribbon That Ties the Bomb). Frida. These are just some of the films about the life of Frida Kahlo. For Frida, Salma Hayek was nominated for Best Actress at the 2003 Academy Awards. Hayek has continued to honor and celebrate the Mexican artist.

Street Art

Murals most often than not depict heroes, heroines, and people worth celebrating. There are depictions of Frida Kahlo in cities such as San Francisco, Tuscon, San Diego, El Paso, Mexico City, Buenos Aires, and Houston. Speaking of San Francisco, Frida was actually a big fan of the city herself.

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